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Who Really Was The Costa Rica writer Carlos Luis Fallas?

A quick Google search will reveal that Carlos Luis Fallas “Costa Rican author and communist political activist.” Now, this isn’t exactly wrong. But neither...

Famous Literary Works About Costa Rica

Costa Rica is a paradise located in Central America and surrounded by the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean. It has become a popular...

Texas university acquires Gabriel García Márquez’s personal archive

WASHINGTON – Archives belonging to Nobel prize-winning author Gabriel García Márquez, who died earlier this year, have been acquired by the University of Texas at Austin, the university said in a statement Monday.

Here’s why you shouldn’t miss Costa Rica’s International Book Fair

For 10 action-packed days starting Aug. 22, the 15th Costa Rican International Book Fair will attract hundreds of authors, publishers, experts, and venders to San José's Barrio Aranjuez.

The great and magical Gabo

NEW YORK – Few contemporary writers and none from Latin America could match the scope of his influence or the radical inventiveness of his imagination. Affectionately called "Gabo," Gabriel García Márquez, the Colombian Nobel laureate, journalist and author, was the most celebrated Latin American cultural export of his era.

Two classic short stories by Gabriel García Márquez that you should read tonight

Take a break this evening. After you've gone to Mass or eaten your matzo or taken a dip in the ocean or whatever other activity you might be doing today, on this 20th day of the fourth month of the year -- take a break. Now go read two of Gabriel García Márquez's most famous short stories.

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